NOT AFFLIATED WITH THE SAN ONOFRE SURF/SURFING CLUB
i am happy to report that Dr. Ralphs "Wind Shark" held up quite nicely in the gale force winds. I did have to move it from the sand to the picnic table for fear of amputation. That prop was haulin ass. Got lots of positive comments. The "tongue depressor" ROCKS.
Hi BRO, Ihave a 10'6" tounge depressor that rocks out. How much will you give us?
I'm interested in longboards, how long is it and who shaped it?
hey, this isn't Ebay or Craigslist. We want to talk about the wind.
Anon #1 said tongue depressor. My delight is 10', paralell rails, round nose and tail, half-moon skeg, and flat deck, all say it looks just like the tongue depressor, except the old-timers at Sano, they say it looks like a shoe-horn. So, what's the big deal with the wind, anyways?
Putzle & Dingo-you gotta help me out here. I can no longer cope.
Like I can help...Anonymous #1 is referring to the so-called "tongue depressor" model of the famous Windshark wind vanes, previously shown on our blog.Does that clear it up?Glad you liked, #1! How's the pooch?
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